Curric Review Meeting 6FEB14

Report
Space Systems Academic Group
Curricula Review
Working Group Meeting
6 Feb 2014
Agenda
• Review POA&M
• Final Final Draft of CSRs
• Continued Discussion:
‒ Stakeholder desired outcomes, requirements,
etc.
• Space Certificate and PQS/AQD
• Operational Mission Planning
‒ ESR edits and discussion
‒ Course changes, additions, deletions
• Data
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Plan of Action & Milestones
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ACTION
Website with working documents
Schedule VTCs/TELECONs
Survey from Space Cadre Advisor (draft from Suede by 1/6)
Schedule In and Out Briefs with flags and others
Inform protocol of flag visits and coordinate billeting and parking
Coordinate lab tours and select student/faculty research briefs
Action plans for each working group meeting
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Review last review outcomes and open items
Review CSRs and ESRs (ABET objectives & outcomes)
Data required for briefs (stats/billets/grads, quotas, etc.)
AQD/PQS credit for SSO Certificate?
Review Survey data
Action plan for specific goals and outcomes
Build briefs
Draft N15 Curric Review letter and enclosures
Pre-brief sponsors on results/gather any issues and build briefs
Conduct necessary pre-briefs with GSEAS deans and mez
Complete curricula review preps and draft N15 Curric Review letter
Pre-brief NPS President/Provost/Associate Provost, final changes
Review: 25 February
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In-brief, tours, faculty meetings, student lunch, Out-brief
DEADLINE
12/30
1/7
1/10
1/10
1/10
1/10
AO
Suede
Suede
Owens
Suede
Suede
Suede
1/7-13
1/7-17
1/7-2/7
1/30
week of 1/27
1/10
week of 2/3
week of 2/10
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MASs
?
2/13
2/10-18
2/20
2/24
2/25
Suede
Suede
Suede
Suede
all
?
?
Suede
Suede
Final DRAFT of SSO CSRs
• Core Skills Requirements include text description
of skills as well as appropriate billet subspecialty
coding basis
• Please review respective curriculum review letters,
enclosure 3, for details on billet base and
community manager approvals
‒ I need assistance in contacting Community
Managers and verifying their agreement to allow
billets to be coded for 6206 sub spec code
•
See notes for format
•
Update CM names and approval dates
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Final DRAFT of SSO CSRs
• Need confirmation of the following:
‒ Sponsor and Subject Matter Experts:
• Sponsor: VADM Ted N. Branch, Deputy Chief
of Naval Operations for Information
Dominance (OPNAV N2/N6)
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Subject Matter Expert: CAPT Patrick Owens,
N2N6, Space Cadre Advisor,
[email protected]
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SSO/6206 CSRs
• The Space Systems subspecialty code (6206) is
achieved through an 18-month curriculum,
including any required refresher training,
intended to provide a command with an officer
who can plan and manage the operation, tasking
and employment of space surveillance,
intelligence collection, communications,
navigation and atmospheric/oceanographic/
environmental sensing systems.
• The following is a representative sample of
requirements for which this subspecialty applies:
‒ On following 2 slides…
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SSO/6206 CSRs
1. Space System Processes: Officers will have the ability to
develop and evaluate requirements, plans, policies,
architectures, operational concepts, staff estimates, doctrine
and tactics for employment of space systems and the tasking,
collection, processing, exploitation, and dissemination of
information products derived from space-based systems.
2. Space System Capabilities and Design: Officers will have the
ability to recall and relate information on the space
environment, orbital mechanics, spacecraft design and
operation, space systems technologies, and ground support
segment.
3. Space Systems Assessment and Analysis: Officers will have
the ability to analyze the operational evaluation of space
systems including systems performance and integration.
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SSO/6206 CSRs
4. Space Liaison: Officers will have the ability to develop and
evaluate alternatives in concert with other services, agencies,
and industry concerning policy and procedures governing the
employment and operation of space-based systems and
associated ground support segment as well as policies and
procedures governing the information and knowledge
management of the data derived from those systems.
5. Decision Superiority: Officers will provide recommendations to
senior decision-makers regarding space systems operations,
including the benefit of added space-based capabilities and
the impact to operations if current space-based systems
capabilities are denied to the force.
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Stakeholder Desired Outcomes
• Open for discussion for the purpose of laying out
high level expectations that may lead to detailed
discussion points, ESR edits and perhaps
curriculum changes
‒ Outcomes will need to be expressed in terms of
requirements (e.g. ESRs) and obtain
concurrence of MAS and NPS
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SSO/6206 ESR Discussion
• Review Excel document for specific ESR wording
‒ “366&591 ESR Map 1FEB14.xlxs”
• Any required changes at this time?
‒ e.g. JP 3-14 edits, desired outcomes, etc.
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SSO/6206 Changes
• Any feedback for specific course or overall
curriculum changes?
‒ Discussion which will loop back to ESRs…
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366 Space Systems Operations
USN 18-Month Matrix
1F
2W
3S
4S
5F
6W
PH2514
NW3230
PH3052
SS3011
Space Environment
Strategy & Policy
Remote Sensing
Space
Technologies &
Applications
NW3285
EO3516
AE4830
SS3500
NSDM
Intro
Communication
Systems
Engineering
S/C Systems I
Orbital
Mechanics and
Launch Systems
SS3041
EO4516
AE4831
Elective
Space Systems & Ops
1
Communication
Systems Analysis
S/C Systems 2
SS3051*
SS0810
SS3001*
SS3613
Military Applications of
DoD & Commercial
Space Systems
Thesis Research
Military Applications
of Space
MILSATCOM
Systems
Elective
NW3275
SS4051
SS0810
Military Space
Systems/Arch
Thesis Research
SS0810
SS0810
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Fall Entry
Includes:
• Final Design Project
• Integrated JPME
• Thesis (classified?)
• SECNAV Guest Lectures
• SS4000 Lectures
• 6206 P-Code
• TS/SCI Courses*
Degree:
• MS-Space Systems Ops
Entrance Requirement:
• APC = 334 or tailored
refresher option
Academic Associate:
LCDR Steve Tackett (ret)
JMO Part 1
P - Code
See Notes for Summary of Changes
Elective
NW3276
Elective
JMO Part 2
JPME
BOLD=
Satisfies an ESR
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366 Space Systems Operations
USMC/USA 24-Month Matrix
0S
1F
2W
MA1113
MA1114
PH1121
SS3011
Single Var Calc
Matrix Algebra
Mechanics
Space
Technologies &
Applications
PH2514
MO1903
PH1322
PH3052
Space Environment
Applied Math for
Space Systems
Electricity &
Magnetics
Remote Sensing
MN3331
EO3516
AE4830
SS3500
ACQ Management
Intro Communication
Systems Engineering
S/C Systems I
Orbital Mechanics
and Launch
Systems
3S
SS3041
EO4516
AE4831
SS3600
Space Systems &
Ops 1
Communication
Systems Analysis
S/C Systems 2
Modeling &
Simulation
4S
SS3051*
SS3001*
SS3613
Military Applications of
DoD & Commercial
Space Systems
Military Applications
of Space
MILSATCOM
Systems
5F
6W
7S
SS4051
SS0810
AE4860
Military Space
Systems/Arch
Thesis Research
Space Control
NS4677
SS0810
Elective
Space & International
Security
Thesis Research
SS0810
SS0810
IW3101
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Intro to Info Warfare
Elective
Summer Entry
Includes:
• Final Design Project
• Thesis (classified?)
• DAU certificates
• SECNAV Guest Lectures
• SS4000 Lectures
• 6206 P-Code
• TS/SCI Courses*
Degree:
• MS-Space Systems Ops
Entrance Requirement:
• APC = 334 with required
refresher quarter
Academic Associate:
LCDR Steve Tackett (ret)
Elective
Elective
Other
P - Code
Elective
Elective
BOLD=
Satisfies an ESR
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273 SSO Certificate
12-Month Matrix
Fall and Spring Entry
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Includes:
• Oct or Apr start
• Four quarters
• Classified course: SS3051*
• Unclassified Option: PH2514
• In residence or DL
• Focus on fleet and FMF operators
• Space Systems Certificate
SS3011
Space Technologies &
Applications
PH3052
Remote Sensing
SS3613
MILSATCOM Systems
SS3051*
PH2514
Mil Applications of DoD &
Commercial Space
Systems
Space Environment
Entrance Requirement:
• Baccalaureate w/above average
grades
• College Algebra 2 with a C or higher
• College Physics with a C or higher
• No APC requirement
Academic Associate:
LCDR Steve Tackett (ret)
Cert / L – Code
Unclassified
Course Option
L-Code
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Questions or
Comments?
Break for SSE…
Final DRAFT of SSE CSRs
• Core Skills Requirements include text description
of skills as well as appropriate billet subspecialty
coding basis
• Please review respective curriculum review letters,
enclosure 3, for details on billet base and
community manager approvals
‒ I need assistance in contacting Community
Managers and verifying their agreement to allow
billets to be coded for 5500 sub spec code
•
See notes for format
•
Update CM names and approval dates
27
SSE/5500 CSRs
• The Space Systems Engineering subspecialty
code (5500) is intended to provide a command
with an officer who has the technical knowledge
to plan and manage the research, design,
development, acquisition, integration, testing,
operation, tasking and employment of space
surveillance, communications, navigation and
atmospheric/oceanographic/ environmental
sensing systems throughout their lifecycle.
• The following is a representative sample of
requirements for which this subspecialty applies:
‒ On following 2 slides…
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SSE/5500 CSRs
1. Formulate operational and technical requirements,
system-level architectures, operational concepts,
conceptual spacecraft designs and integration and test
plans for development and employment of national
security space systems, ground support segments and
their information products, or the distribution, correlation
and analysis of their information products.
2. Demonstrate technical knowledge of orbital mechanics
and the space environment, remote sensing and payload
design and spacecraft and ground support segment
subsystems including: communications, command and
data handling, attitude determination, guidance,
navigation and control, structures, propulsion, thermal
control and electrical power.
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SSE/5500 CSRs
3. Demonstrate leadership of system of systems
engineering efforts and direct design, development,
acquisition, integration and testing of spacecraft and
associated ground support systems throughout their lifecycles including launch and on-orbit operations.
4. Develop in collaboration with other services, agencies,
and industry the policy and procedures necessary for
requirements development and analysis of the: design,
acquisition and operational employment of national
security space systems, ground support segments and
their information products.
5. Perform technical evaluation of space systems design
and performance and provide recommendations to
senior decision-makers regarding space systems
engineering, performance and mission assurance issues.30
Stakeholder Desired Outcomes
• Open for discussion for the purpose of laying out
high level expectations that may lead to detailed
discussion points, ESR edits and perhaps
curriculum changes
‒ Outcomes will need to be expressed in terms of
requirements (e.g. ESRs) and obtain
concurrence of MAS and NPS
31
SSE/5500 ESR Discussion
• Review Excel document for specific ESR wording
‒ “366&591 ESR Map 24JAN14.xlxs”
• Any required changes at this time?
‒ e.g. JP 3-14 edits, desired outcomes, etc.
32
SSE/5500 Changes
• Any feedback for specific course or overall
curriculum changes?
‒ Discussion which will loop back to ESRs…
33
591 Space Systems Engineering
27-month Matrix
0S
1F
2W
3S
4S
5F
6W
7S
8S
9F
MA2043
MA1115/6
PH1121
NW3230
Matrix Algebra
Multi-Variable Calculus
Mechanics
Strategy & Policy
PH1322
MA2121
AE2820
EC2820
Electromagnetism
Differential Equations
Spacecraft Structures
Digital Logic Circuits
SS3500
PH2514
MA3046
EC2300
Orbital Mechanics
Space Environment
Matrix Analysis
Control Systems
AE3815
EO2525
PH3052
S/C Rotational Mechanics
Probabilistic Analysis
Remote Sensing
Fall Entry
Includes:
• Final Design Project
• Integrated JPME
• Degree Specialization
• SECNAV Guest Lectures
• SS4000 Lectures
• 5500P Code
• TS/SCI Courses*
Track
AE3851
EO3525
PH3360
S/C Propulsion
Communications
Engineering
EM Wave Propagation
Track
AE3804
AE3818
Thermal Control of S/C
S/C ADC
Track
Track
AE3870
SS3051*
SS3001*
AE0810
Computational Tools
Mil Applications of DoD
& Commercial Space
Systems
Military Applications of
Space
Thesis Research
AE4870
EC3230
SS3035
S/C Design & Integrations
I
Space Power
Microprocessors for
Space
Track
AE4871
MN3331
AE0810
NW3275
S/C Design & Integrations
II
Project Management
Thesis Research
JMO Part 1
AE0810
AE0810
NW3285
NW3276
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
NSDM
JMO Part 2
ABET Degree Options:
• MS-Astro
• MS-Electrical
• MS-Mechanical
WASC Degree Options:
•MS-Computer Science
• MS-Physics
Entrance Requirement:
• APC = 323
Academic Associate:
CAPT Al Scott (ret)
Prerequisite
P - Code
Degree
JPME
29 NOV 11
Questions or
Comments?

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